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Newspaper Pamphlets In Balaghat Informing About Low Retail Prices Of Petrol Diesel At Nearby Gondia In Maharashtra

News Desk, Amar Ujala, Balaghat

Published by: Gaurav Pandey
Updated Sun, 31 Oct 2021 04:55 PM IST

Summary

The whole country is troubled by the rising prices of petrol and diesel. Madhya Pradesh is no exception to this. However, the people of Balaghat found a pamphlet in their newspapers on Sunday in which it was said that cheaper petrol and diesel would be available only a few kilometers away. The petrol pump from which these pamphlets were sent is located nearby in Gondia which comes in Maharashtra. The already troubled local petrol pump operators have become more troubled now.

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A large number of people found a pamphlet in his newspaper in Balaghat city of Madhya Pradesh on Sunday morning. In this pamphlet, neighboring Maharashtra was informed about the reduction of petrol and diesel by at least Rs 4 per liter in Gondia. It was also said in this pamphlet that fuel buyers in Gondia can also get free nitrogen gas filled in their vehicle tyres. Gondia is about 45 kms from Balaghat district headquarter.

According to a report by news agency PTI, Ashok Bajaj, owner of a petrol pump located in Devtola area of ​​Balaghat, said that with an increase of 36 paise on Sunday, the price of petrol has gone up to Rs 120.42 per liter in Balaghat. At the same time, diesel reached Rs 109.69 per liter after increasing by 37 paise. He further said that petrol is being sold in Gondia at Rs 116.29 per liter and diesel at Rs 105.72.

Local petrol pump operator worried
The name of Gaurishankar & Sons is mentioned on these pamphlets, which is located at Jai Stambh Chowk in Gondia. Bajaj said the difference in oil prices in the two states was already affecting business here and now these pamphlets and some similar banners on the Maharashtra border are now going to affect it further. The owner of the newspaper agency, Ramesh Bawankar, said that about 10 thousand pamphlets were distributed in the newspapers in the city on Sunday.

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A large number of people found a pamphlet in his newspaper in Balaghat city of Madhya Pradesh on Sunday morning. In this pamphlet, neighboring Maharashtra was informed about the reduction of petrol and diesel by at least Rs 4 per liter in Gondia. It was also said in this pamphlet that fuel buyers in Gondia can also get free nitrogen gas filled in their vehicle tyres. Gondia is about 45 kms from Balaghat district headquarter.

According to a report by news agency PTI, Ashok Bajaj, owner of a petrol pump located in Devtola area of ​​Balaghat, said that with an increase of 36 paise on Sunday, the price of petrol has gone up to Rs 120.42 per liter in Balaghat. At the same time, diesel reached Rs 109.69 per liter after increasing by 37 paise. He further said that petrol is being sold in Gondia at Rs 116.29 per liter and diesel at Rs 105.72.

Local petrol pump operator worried

The name of Gaurishankar & Sons is mentioned on these pamphlets, which is located at Jai Stambh Chowk in Gondia. Bajaj said the difference in oil prices in the two states was already affecting business here and now these pamphlets and some similar banners on the Maharashtra border are now going to affect it further. The owner of the newspaper agency, Ramesh Bawankar, said that about 10 thousand pamphlets were distributed in the newspapers in the city on Sunday.

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